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.about want.let us know what's on your mind-- and your response pould air in our "facebook feedback" segment. segment.just go to facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore to become a fan and join the conversation. 3 3 map-fiber-map 3 governor o'malley declares a state f emergency because of the torrential rains.the national guard was called to activv service.roads were closed...and some areas evacuated. 3& and the effect of all that rain is far reaching. joel d. smith is live in mt. washiigton where many businesses were evacuated yesterday. good morning joel d. how does it look now? good morning joel d. good morning and as bad as this is, it was even worse yest. yesterday. look here as the the jones falls 3 yesterday's seeminglyyendless rain... caused problems for residents all across the region.but nothing beats what happened o one ohio family's h. home.take a look... the sparks family watched... as their home was swept away by a nearby river.owner john sparks says he spent the last 27 years of his life in that home. he's now planning to rebuild. but áthisá time... farther from t
.they're trying to decide whether patients with terminal or chronic illness... should be allowed to use pot ... to relieve their pain. several patients who've used medical marijuana in the past ... testified before lawmakers monday. a similar bill passed the state senate last year ... but didn't survive a house committee vote. as maryland considers legalizing medical marijuana ... synthetic versions of the drug become illegal nationwide. starting today.. five of the chemicals found in synthetic drug is sold in drug ned.the - paraahernalia shops and online p. and is commonly known as spice or k-2.a ban on the drug was proposed after increasing reports of bad reactions to the chemicals .. including seizures, hallucinations and dependency. the family of missing teen phylicia barnes tries to keep her caseefrom going cold.. with a prayer vigil. viggl.family.. friends.. and the guardian angels gathered at the reisterstown apartmeet complex where she was last seen.. before she vanished without a trace 2 months ago. the police department has pedicatee an entire squaa of seven investigators to
tragic. i mean, when you lose a family member ii's touching us cause it's almost like a family member to us. i mean it's just very, very tragic. you can still smell the smoke here now.. to remind you of what could happen." happen." other people.../ inside.../ got... out.../ safely..... áátheáá.../ cause ...of the fire.../ remains.../ under.../ investigation. in annapolis tonight... state lawmakers spent hours scrutinizing governor o'malley's operating budget. the budget is balanced...and also includes more than 120- milliondollars in left-over funds. it restores around two- thirdsof education funds originally cut in the governor's budget. but it also calls for about70-million dollars in fee increases.that includes doubling the"titling fee" when you buy anew car. meanwhile -- the state house voted to halt natural gas drilling in western maryland. they want a two year study to be completed before drilling in the marcellus shale region. a permit for drilling can be granted before the study is done.opponents see this as a moratorium... supporter say the
with terminal or chronic illness... should be allowed to use pot ... to relieve their pain. several patients who've used medical marijuana in the past ... testified before lawmakers monday. (considine) "we can't ome to this body of laamakers and say this is why this works, we can't give them the why, we can jjst ggve them the anecdotal evidence that it work" works."(sharfstein) "if there is to be access that it's narrowly drawn to particular conditions for whichhthere's evidence that t actually works, not just anyone who thinks they might benefit, that's not a standard we apply to other drugs." drugs."a similar bill passed the state senate last year ... but didn't survive a house committee vote. as maryland considers legalizing medical marijuana ... synthetic versions of the drug become illegal nationwide. starting today.. five of the chemicals found in synthetic marijuana are now banned.the drug is sold in drug paraphernalia shops and online .. and is commonly known as spice or k-2.a ban on the drug repoots offbad reactions to the chemicals .. including seizures, hallucinations and dependency
, they use pat downs and body scans...but some lawmakers say they've overssepped their boundaries. boundaries."call it what it is..it's sexual assault.." assault.."they want t-s-a workers punished as sex offenders... and put on the sex offender registry.it wasn't a large crowd in support of the bill too criminalize patdowns and body scans in new hampshire... but the support was passionate.one man says the heightened seccrity procedures cost him a trip home for the holidays ii december. "this time the news is talking about enhanced patdowns .. i cried on the phone with my mother that i did not wish to submit to enhanced patdowns." some who support the bill say the t-s-a needs to do away with random passenger screenings.... and only search passengers who look or act suspicious.critics argue that's only going to lead to more cases of profiling. as for the t-s-a... officials won't comment on the penddng legiilation, only o say that security check points are b-w-i, megan gilliland, fox45 - morning news. we want to know what you think. should t-s-a patdowns be considered a sex offense?it's our qu
felt lost. unitedhealthcare offered us a specially trained rn who helped us weigh and understand all our options. for me cancer was as scary as a fastball is to some of these kids. but my coach had hit that pitch before. turning data into useful answers. we're 78,000 people looking out for 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. people in one california community are in shock... surfaces... showing a fist fight between two teenage boys. but the most bizzrre part of this story... is that the mother of one of the teens is áencouragingá the whole brawl. as andrea enniti explains... she's now ffcing criminal charg. charges. (nats from video)the video of a pair the two boys will not bb charged.police say they're both victims in this case. coming up... sacrificing comfort... for fashion.is that designer label shoe reaaly worth top dollar? consumer reports sizes up your options. but next... grab an couud soon be a shortage in 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. ((break 33) ((bump in)) coming up... a doll... that teaches young girls how to breast feed.how
talked with david's mother earlier this week.... she tells us... david did have a substantial amount of money on him that night. police aren't saying if that money was recovered. joy lepola fox 45 news at 5:30. police identify the teenage boy who was shot and killed in baltimore county yesterday. yesterday.investigators say 17-year-old keon dobbs was with a group of people in a parking lot on songbird circle in lansdowne, when they started arguing.we're told at least one person pulled out a gun and shot dobbs. no one was arrested, but police say they have people of interest in the case. a man is stabbed to death in east baltimore. it happened around 9:30 last night... at the inteesection of greenmount and east north avenues. police found the man lying on the sidewalk.... he was taken to an area hospital.... and died a short time later.there's no word on a suspect or a motive. there have been 36 homicides so far this year....that's one less than this time last year. city police seize eight guns... from a convicted felon. detectives were tipped off... that the suspect was selling ill
dont want gas prices to go up either so" ((trucker))"theyre onll gonna let us do 2 rounds"(nat pop trucks rolling by) (lady driver) "hey... democracy in action its ok!" right now the state gas tax would jump from 24 to 34 cents. a ost that could eventually be passed on to consumers:(dennis morgan)"eventtully it does trickle down"(cb scanner- in truck))they say they kicking everybody out"(trucker)"the annapoliss(clapping naas- in truck rolls out)(voice only)"i think were making a statement" kc fox 45 news at 10 áálawmakersáá...// used... to.../ raid...// the... transportation.... trust fund.../ to... offset.../ deficits. we.../ asked...// approve.../// . - a..// 10--cent...// gas.../ tax.../ hike? áá99%áá...// said...// no...// no...// darleen.../ p says...// "lawmakers.../ are.../ nuts..../ "cut... all the.../ projects." ááericáá...// says...// "what... happeeed .../ to... no.../ new taxes ? go to... fox- baltimore dot com...// áásoundáá off .
's like something out of a science fiction movie. to rid the world of ann annoying pest...... the u.s. government is cultivating another annoying pest. joel d. smith is live in delaware today where the solution to stink bugs could lie inside the walls of a research center. good morning joel d. good morning patrice, (ad lib) 3 3 kittens meowing two kittens are lucky to be inside the wall... of a tuck - florida home.the home owner says she's not quite sure how they got there... or where they even came from... but says she started hearing their little "meews"... and called for help.rescue crees smashed in walls... and used mini cameras... to locate the kittens.after átwo daysá... the brother and sister were finally pulled to safety. coming up... it's not the ruling many wanted to hear... hear..."eight justices don't have the common sense god gave a goat." goat."why the supreme court ruled in favor of a church known for picketing funerals. you're watching foo 45 morning news.. all looal.. all morning. ((bump out)) ((break 1)) we sayythanks to men and women who make sacrifices to ab
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.their job is to keep the air safe, they use pat downs and body scans...but some lawmakers say they've ovvrstepped their boundaries. it wasn't a large crowd in support of the billlto criminalize paadowns and body the support was passionate. from passengers, crying n fear of the new measures... to lawmakkrs who say it's just not right. ""et's put their name on the sex offenner registry and maybe that will tell them look new hampshire means business." "that is a crime in this state, and we should charge some who support the bill say the t-s-a needs to do away pith random passenger screenings.... and only search passengers who lookkor act suspicious.critics argue that's only oing to lead to more cases of profiling. as for the t-s-a... officials won't omment on the pending legislation, only to say that security check points are federal jurisdiction.live from b-w-i, megan gilliland, fox45 &pmorning news. reward for findiig the person who aimed a laser at a jet last month. month.it happened back on february 20tt.the laser was beamed at a southwest airllnes flight landing at b-w-i the
-to-back tornadoes are seen sweeping through. plus later... a trainer uses c-p-r... to bring a dog back to life.we show you the heroic moments... caught on tape. morning news.. all local.. all morning. ((break 7)) they are miiiscule in size...yet cause enormous panic in parents. if you have a child... head lice is unfortnately a potential threat. dr. mallika marshall hasssome important informatioo to share with parents. parents. 01:00:00:02to01:00:05:09lower third (fade in): "dr mallika marshall" lice diagnosis and are tiny insects that are harr to detect, yet they're easily spread. the little critters cause intense itching and small red bumps on the scalp and neck. their eggs or "nits" look kind of like dandruff. head lice are not caused by poor hygiene; they marshall transition. mallika discriminate.01:00:14:22lower third: can live for 30 days on your scalpthey can live up to 30 days on your scalp ann can be passed along01:00:17:20to 01:00:20:18lower third: can e passed along by, brushes, clothing, or beddingby sharing brushes, clothing oo bedding. unlike body lice, head lice don't carry
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